This is because since he is very smart, he is viewed as a nerd becasue of how smart he is and the way he acts is viewed as how a sterotypical "nerd" is viewed. I chose this character for this example becasue his character is so dramatically sterotyped in the TV series. 7. Gatsby from The Great Gatsby is a round character. Since he is viewed through so many ways and how mysterious he is a perfect example fo a round character.
Specifically, when Arthur first encounters Marvin in the embarkation area of the Heart of Gold, they discuss robotic Genuine People Personalities. Although Arthur is impressed with the technology, Marvin regards it with “cold loathing” (65). In fact, his personality has made him severely depressed. Ironically, his depression stems from his knowledge; everything is too boring because it understands it too well. For instance, in the embarkation area Marvin’s “circuits amused themselves...
However, unlike a good handful of psychopaths and murderers, Cathy’s monstrosity did not evolve through a rough childhood. She was an only child, and it can be assumed that her parents fed her and loved her properly. After Cathy was found with her hands bound together in rope and two boys kneeling down, they were punished and sent to “a house of correction” (77). Cathy’s mother had been in hysterics when she found her daughter, while Mr. Ames had his own reservations about the ordeal which he kept to himself. Mr. Ames was always skeptical of his daughter, but he never said anything.
What Mary lacks to see is that her parents love her with all their heart, but her viewpoint is her parents don’t understand her. The reason being is since Hana knows very little english Mary and her can not have quality talks with her and Taro spends most a his days at the shop so he is never home. In this case Hana and Taro are the people who will do anything for another person. Sadly, Mary feels like her parents could care less about her and starts thinking it would be better if she lived her life and they lived their life separate. She truly believed that if this change was made then everyone will be joyful in the long run.
Mildred hasn’t surrounded herself with loving, understanding people. She lacks the feeling of love, and even though her husband, Montag, cares about her, he is barely home. Her friends don’t even care about themselves because them, too, are emotionally disconnected, and couldn't care less about their miserable lives. Montags feelings are shallow and mediocre, he used to love her, but not the person she has become over time. On page 44, the conversation between Montag and Mildred was very bland, and even though they are communicating, they aren’t really communication.
“Bit of free time, drop in and see the old man, eh?” (1159). Katie tells her father that she is busy with work. “And that’s more important than your own father” (1159). Ev is being very hypocritical when he says this, as he was never around during Catherine’s childhood because of his job.
(pg. 4) Mathilde was so self conscious about her appearance that she refused to let any other women see her in modest wraps. She went to such extents to run away in the cold to a shabby cab so nobody see’s her. Her husband most likely worked hard so they could buy that wrap, so it was VERY rude of her.
Yet another factor contributing to Mayella being pitiful is that she is very lonely. Mayella's lonesome is due too many reasons namely, she has no companions. During the trial, Atticus asks her if she has any friends, and she appears to be confused and feels insulted even by the question. (Lee, ?) She is so lonely, she can't even comprehend the concept of having friends.
Logan and Joe both supported Janie financially but did not fulfill her personal wants and desires. In Janie’s first marriage, her idea of being a wife is much different than Logan’s. Nevertheless, in her second marriage, she was a mere shadow. Janie was constantly being left alone without any of her personal wants being brought to her. Among the three, Tea Cake was fluently described as the best husband.
“I have a system: there 's a place for everything, everything in its place.” - Wasabi Wasabi is an intelligent young man and outstanding student at the San Fransokyo Institute of Technology, majoring in applied physics. Wasabi is labeled as neurotic and obsessive. Out of all team members, Wasabi is debatably the most rational and wise, also he seems to have the greatest common sense, from the beginning with finding Hiro 's strategy to create a team of heroes to stop a wicked masked villain, Yokai, to be ridiculous. In reality, such an idea would sound silly, undoable or even crazy.
In the year 1936, sixth grader Phyllis Wright wrote a letter to Albert Einstein with hopes of a response. She asked if and what scientists pray for, which Einstein would eventually respond to. The response is rhetorically effect due to Einstein’s uses of ethos, logos, and pathos. First, Einstein establishes ethos within his letter.
In his short story “Defender of the Faith” Philip Roth paints the very interesting and layered character of Sheldon Grossbart through the character’s words and actions. Through his depiction of a training camp for American soldiers during the Pacific War Roth reveals Grossbart to embody a variety of personality traits including; childlike innocence with roots in actual religious beliefs and manipulative tendencies . These traits tend to pale in comparison to Sheldon’s selfishness however. These are the traits which I have attempted to portray in my rendering of Sheldon Grossbart.
“ The measure of intelligence is the ability to change, ” (Einstein). This shows that the more changing that happens is how much intelligence one has not how intellectual they are. In the short story “Flowers of Algernon” written by Daniel Keyes, a boy named Charlie Gordon is mentally impaired with an IQ of sixty-eight. It is hard for him to function in real society. He has to take tests and do things an average person would be able to do easily.
About eleven million people died in the Holocaust (“We’re Here to Inspire”). Heinrich Himmler was Adolf Hitler's right-hand man that organized many deaths during the Holocaust period. He was a notorious leader that murdered millions. Heinrich Himmler was born on October 7th, 1900. While growing up he was not a healthy child.